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I'm building a house, and really want my wood to look rustic, grey .. was thinking to use minwax wood finish grey, to get the distressed look, and to still see the wood.

But I allready put clear colorless solignum. Is that still ok?!
Do I need any top coating after?

I really dont know.. coz some of the wood now looks a bit yellow -ish after the clear solignum.

I want to use it on all my window frames and posts.get that scandinavian nordic style.

Thanks!!
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Hi



I'm building a house, and really want my wood to look rustic, grey .. was thinking to use minwax wood finish grey, to get the distressed look, and to still see the wood.



But I allready put clear colorless solignum. Is that still ok?!

Do I need any top coating after?



I really dont know.. coz some of the wood now looks a bit yellow -ish after the clear solignum.



I want to use it on all my window frames and posts.get that scandinavian nordic style.



Thanks!!
Shoulda used cedar.

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